70 years since liberation: a case

January 2015: I decided that I cannot let the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camps go without being mentioned. There have been some moving scenes on television and in our communities as the remembrance takes place.

Twenty years ago I drew number 1 out of a hat for the first case presentation in 1995 at the weekly clinical meeting at the National Health Service general practice where I worked. I decided to present the case a Jewish

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Independent quality mark for homeopaths

The Society of Homeopaths’ voluntary register has been accredited under a new scheme set up by the Department of Health and administered by an independent body, the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, which is accountable to Parliament. Patients and the public can have confidence in the Society of Homeopaths’ voluntary register which has been vetted and approved by the Professional Standards Authority.

Practitioners on the Society of Homeopaths’ register will be able to display the Accredited Voluntary Register

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SOCIETY OF HOMEOPATHS REGISTER ACCREDITED BY PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AUTHORITY

I am so proud to be the Honorary Secretary of the Society of Homeopaths having been on the Board from 1986-1996 and again 2000-2006 and 2009 until 20015.

http://www.homeopathy-soh.org/blog/society-homeopaths-register-accredited-professional-standards-authority/

SOCIETY OF HOMEOPATHS REGISTER ACCREDITED BY PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AUTHORITY

Society of Homeopaths register accredited by Professional Standards Authority

From today, patients will be able to choose a homeopath belonging to a register vetted and approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA)

The Society of Homeopaths’ voluntary register has been accredited under

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Homœopathy in The Penny Magazine, 1834

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Here is one of the oldest publications on homeopathy in English, published by The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge in the The Penny Magazine in 1834.

About its ending: the last paragraph where it is said that the police seized the medicines: it happened very often in that time against the homeopaths and ever since;

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Samuel Hahnemann, a contemporary obituary 1843

Here is an obituary of Samuel Hahnemann from a Paris journal, published a few days after his death on 2nd July 1843. I hope you can read French. It is quite rare and I am lucky to have found an original.

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Interview with The American Homeopath known as AH!, journal of the North American Society of Homeopaths

Questions.

AH: How long have you been involved in homeopathy?

FT: I was a successful patient in the early 1970s, and soon started to read books, before long I had decided to study the subject as a social scientist, and my thesis was going to be called ‘The social construction of a rejected science: homeopathy’. I was intrigued by the story of the London cholera epidemics, that the success of the London homeopathic hospital was ‘against reason truth and science’ so that

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The FT Index of homeopathy?

My name is Francis Treuherz and I am a homeopath in London. I have been in practice as a homeopath since 1984, after 10 years of intense interest and focussed study. Here is my first ever ever blog. I hope you will enjoy my occasional discourses, a sort of homeopathic FT Index – my initials in case that is not obvious. I enjoy writing about homeopathy, and I enjoy reading about it.

I have no plan. It is like not having

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